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    How to make a Modular long Bar clamps - video

    How to make a Modular long Bar clamps - video



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    Thanks diyfixman! We've added your Extendable Bar Clamps to our Clamps category,
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    You do a great job of demonstrating the value of welding. Assembly is so easy. Cut out the parts, tack, run full beads. The result is as strong as the base metal.

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    Great job! What was the piece on the end of the threaded rod for your pressure pad? Have you though about adding cross-pieces on the side adjusting bolts so you can ditch the wrench?


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